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Psycho Math
Psycho Math
"Psycho! Pysch! Psycho! Psycho! Math!"

DescriptionEdit

Psycho Math is a mathematician puzzle game. The game's host, Professor Rocket, will introduce a 3-value math problem. However, the numbers are replaced with countable pictures. The player will have to turn each picture into a number, as well as solve the math problem.

For example: Number of minutes in an hour + the number of fingers and toes you (should) have ÷ the number of days Noah was at sea.

Which would become: 60 + 20 ÷ 40 = 2

Tips and Tricks Edit

Several of the countable objects are displayed in the picture. this is the hardest game in crashbox

SegmentsEdit

Episode 1 Edit

Question 1 Edit

  • Take the minutes in an hour (60).
  • Add that to all your fingers and toes (20).
  • Divide it by the days it rained on Noah's Ark (40).
  • Solution: 60 + 20 / 40 = 2
    • PEMDAS mistake: (division comes first) 20 / 40 = 1/2 + 60 = 60 1/2

Question 2 Edit

  • Take the unluckiest number that falls on Friday (13).
  • Then add it to the number of nostrils on your nose (2).
  • Subtract the innings in a normal Yankees baseball game (9).
  • Solution: 13 + 2 - 9 = 6

Question 3 Edit

  • Take Christmas Day (25).
  • Subtract the Musketeers (3).
  • Minus America's Great Lakes (5).
  • Solution: 25 - 3 - 5 = 17

Episode 3 Edit

Question 1 Edit

  • Take the number of the original states in the Union back in 1776 (13).
  • Then subtract the days in a week (7).
  • Add the number of hamburgers in a Big Mac (2).
  • Solution: 13 - 7 + 2 = 8

Question 2 Edit

  • Take the number of hits in a baseball no-hitter (0).
  • Add the feet in a yard (3).
  • Subtract a romantic couple (2).
  • Solution: 0 + 3 - 2 = 1

Question 3 Edit

  • Take the time difference between New York and Los Angeles (3).
  • Subtract the number of halves in a football game (2).
  • Add it to the numbers on a telephone (10).
  • Solution: 3 - 2 + 10 = 11

Episode 5 Edit

Question 1 Edit

  • Take the number of ounces in a cup (8).
  • Add it to the number of players in a tennis doubles match (4).
  • Divided it by the eyes on your face (2).
  • Solution: 8 + 4 / 2 = 6
    • PEMDAS mistake: (division comes first) 4 / 2 = 2 + 8 = 10

Question 2 Edit

  • Take the number of pennies in a dollar (100).
  • Plus the number of jacks in a deck of cards (4).
  • Take away the leaves on a lucky clover (4)
  • Solution: 100 + 4 - 4 = 100

Question 3 Edit

  • Take the time of inches in a yard (36).
  • Subtract the feet on a snake (0).
  • Minus the number of sides on a pentagon (5).
  • Solution: 36 - 0 - 5 = 31

Episode 8 Edit

Question 1 Edit

  • Take the figure number of ice skating (8).
  • Add it to the letters in the word "word" (4).
  • Divide it by the number of days in a weekend (2).
  • Solution: 8 + 4 / 2 = 6
    • PEMDAS mistake: (division comes first) 4 / 2 = 2 + 8 = 10

Question 2 Edit

  • Take the number of inches in a foot (12).
  • Plus the number of points score in a dunk shot in basketball (2).
  • Take away the number of I's in Mississippi (4).
  • Solution: 12 + 2 - 4 10

Question 3 Edit

  • Take the number of baseball players in a team (9).
  • Subtract the nickels in a quarter (5).
  • Minus the number of quarts in a gallon (4).
  • Solution: 9 - 5 - 4 = 0

Episode 9 Edit

Question 1 Edit

  • Take the age you need to be to vote (18).
  • Add it to the number of years in a decade (10).
  • Divide it by the number of pints in a quart (2).
  • Solution: 18 + 10 / 2 = 14
    • PEMDAS mistake: (division comes first) 10 / 2 = 5 + 8 = 13

Question 2 Edit

  • Take the number of years in a century (100).
  • Plus the number that Roman numeral V stands for (5).
  • Subtract the number of frames in a game of bowling (10).
  • Solution: 100 + 5 - 10 = 95

Question 3 Edit

  • Take the noon (12).
  • Subtract the number of sides on an isosceles triangle (3).
  • Subtract the number of zeroes in a million (6).
  • Solution: 12 - 3 - 6 = 3

Episode 10 Edit

Question 1 Edit

  • Let's start with the number of Amendments on the Bill of Rights (10).
  • Add it to the number of suits in a deck of cards (4).
  • Divide it by the James Bond's number (7).
  • Solution: 10 + 4 / 7 = 2
    • PEMDAS mistake: (division comes first) 4 / 7 = .57 + 10 = 5.7

Question 2 Edit

  • Take the number of the Apollo mission that had all the unlucky trouble (13).
  • Plus the number of countries that border the United States (2).
  • Take away the number of calories in a glass of water (0).
  • Solution: 13 + 2 - 0 = 15

Question 3 Edit

  • Take the number of consonants, including the Y (21).
  • Subtract the number of strikes in baseball (3).
  • Plus the number of black balls in a game of pool (1).
  • Solution: 21 - 3 + 1 = 19

Episode 11 Edit

Question 1 Edit

  • We've got how many planets in the solar system (9).
  • Add it to the number of siblings in a set of quintuplets (5).
  • Divide it by the number of singers in a duet (2).
  • Solution: 9 + 5 / 2 = 7
    • PEMDAS mistake: (division comes first) 2 / 5 = 2.5 + 9 = 11.5

Question 2 Edit

  • Take the number of stripes on the American flag (13).
  • Plus the number of players in a game of solitaire (1).
  • Take away the number of wheels on a tricycle (3).
  • Solution: 13 + 1 - 3 = 11

Question 3 Edit

  • A cat has blank lives (9).
  • Subtract it by the seasons in a year (4).
  • Plus the number of sides on a quadrangle (4).
  • Solution: 9 - 4 + 4 = 9

Episode 12 Edit

Question 1 Edit

  • What is the number name for the game Blackjack (21)?
  • Add it to the number of in the phrase "two's company, blank's a crowd" (3).
  • Divide it by how many primary colors there are (3).
  • Solution: 21 + 3 / 3 = 8
    • PEMDAS mistake: (division comes first) 3 / 3 = 1 + 21 = 22

Question 2 Edit

  • Take the number of sides on a hexagon (6).
  • Plus the number of eyes on a needle (1).
  • Take away the number mice in the nursery rhyme, "Blank Blind Mice" (3).
  • Solution: 6 + 1 - 3 = 4

Question 3 Edit

  • Take the number of days in February during a leap year (29).
  • Subtract the number of biblical commandments (10).
  • Plus the number of letters in "eight" (5).
  • Solution: 29 - 10 + 5 = 24

Episode 20 Edit

Question 1 Edit

  • Start with the number of musicians in a quarter (4).
  • Add it to the number of people in a jury (12).
  • Divide it by the sides on an octagon (8).
  • Solution: 4 + 12 / 8 = 2
    • PEMDAS mistake: (division comes first) 12 / 8 = 1.5 + 4 = 5.5

Question 2 Edit

  • Take the number of pounds in a ton (2000).
  • Plus the number of lenses in a monocle (1).
  • Take away the number of noses on your face (1).
  • Solution: 2000 + 1 - 1 = 2000

Question 3 Edit

  • Take the number of nickels in a 50-cent piece (10).
  • Subtract the number of kids in the Brady Bunch (6).
  • Plus the number of points in a football touchdown (6).
  • Solution: 10 - 6 + 6 = 10

Episode 21 Edit

Question 1 Edit

  • Start with the number of fingers on a monkey's hand (5).
  • Multiply it by a set of baby twins (2).
  • Add it to the number of legs a centipede is supposed to have (100).
  • Solution: 5 x 2 + 100 = 110

Question 2 Edit

  • Take the number of hours on a clock (12).
  • Plus the number of quarters on a dollar (4).
  • Take away the number of points in a football field goal (3).
  • Solution: 12 + 4 - 3 = 13

Question 3 Edit

  • A dozen eggs (12).
  • Subtract the number of continents in the world (7).
  • Minus the number of wheels on a wheelbarrow (2).
  • Solution: 12 - 7 - 1 = 4

Episode 27 Edit

Question 1 Edit

  • Start with the number of tusks on an elephant (2).
  • Add it to the number of doughnuts in a baker's dozen (13).
  • Divide it by the number of ice cream scoops in a triple scoop sundae (3).
  • Solution: 2 + 13 / 3 = 5
    • PEMDAS mistake: (division comes first) 13 / 3 = 4.3 + 2 = 6.3

Question 2 Edit

  • Take the number of legs on a spider (8).
  • Divide it by the number of bases on a baseball diamond (4).
  • Add it to the date that Halloween falls on (31).
  • Solution: 8 / 4 + 31 = 33

Question 3 Edit

  • King Henry's number (8)
  • Subtract the number of cells in an amoeba (1).
  • Minus the number of points on the star on the American flag (5).
  • Solution: 8 - 1 - 5 = 2

Episode 28 Edit

Question 1 Edit

  • Start with the number of horns on a unicorn (1).
  • Add it to the number of numbers with the word "teen" in them (7).
  • Divide it by the maximum number of terms the United States President conserve (2).
  • Solution: 1 + 7 / 2 = 4
    • PEMDAS mistake: (division comes first) 7 / 2 = 3.5 + 1 = 4.5

Question 2 Edit

  • Take the number of two dozen eggs (24).
  • Add the number of musicians in a quintet (5).
  • Take away the number of justices on the Supreme Court (9).
  • Solution: 24 + 5 - 9 = 20

Question 3 Edit

  • The number of dollars in the bill Andrew Jackson is on (20).
  • Subtract the number of wise men in the Nativity (3).
  • Minus the number of digits in the United States phone area code (3).
  • Solution: 20 - 3 - 3 = 14

Episode 29 Edit

Question 1 Edit

  • Start with the number of the day that New Years Eve falls on (31).
  • Add it to the number of spaces in a tic-tac-toe game (9).
  • Divide it by the number of notes in a music scale (8).
  • Solution: 31 + 9 / 8 = 5
    • PEMDAS mistake: (division comes first) 9 / 8 = 1.1 + 31 = 32.1

Question 2 Edit

  • Take the number holes in a standard golf course (18).
  • Add the number of the IQ of a rock (0).
  • Take away the number of lives two cats have (18).
  • Solution: 18 + 0 - 18 = 0

Question 3 Edit

  • The number of dollars dollars in a grand (1000).
  • Subtract the number of years in five centuries (500)
  • Minus the number of centimeters in a meter (100).
  • Solution: 1000 - 500 - 100 = 400

Episode 31 Edit

Question 1 Edit

  • Start with the number of stripes on the American flag (13).
  • Add it to the number of hands on Captain Hook (1).
  • Divide it by the number of peas in a pod (2).
  • Solution: 13 + 1 / 2 = 7
    • PEMDAS mistake: (division comes first) 1 / 2 = 1/2 + 13 = 13 1/2

Question 2 Edit

  • Take the number of signs on a zodiac (12).
  • Plus the number of quarts in a gallon (4).
  • Take away the number of sides on an octagon (8).
  • Solution: 12 + 4 - 8 = 8

Question 3 Edit

  • The number of degrees in a circle (360).
  • Subtract the number of seconds in a minute (60).
  • Minus the number of dollars you get for passing GO in a Monopoly game (200).
  • Solution: 360 - 60 - 200 = 100

Episode 33 Edit

Question 1 Edit

  • Start with the number of hours in a day (24).
  • Add it to the number of legs on a grasshopper (6).
  • Divide it by the number of books in a trilogy (3).
  • Solution: 24 + 6 / 3 = 10
    • PEMDAS mistake: (division comes first) 6 / 3 = 2 + 24 = 26

Question 2 Edit

  • Take the number of points you need to win a ping-pong game (21).
  • Add the number of yards in a first down in football (10).
  • Take away the number of suns in our solar system (1).
  • Solution: 21 + 10 - 1 = 30

Question 3 Edit

  • The number of words a picture is worth (1000).
  • Subtract the number of meters in a kilometer (1000).
  • Minus the number of women that have become the President of the United States (0).
  • Solution: 1000 - 1000 - 0 = 0

Episode 34 Edit

Question 1 Edit

  • Start with the number of years in a millennium (1000)
  • Add it to the number of legs on a flamingo (2).
  • Divide it by the number of states that don't touch any other states (2).
  • Solution: 1000 + 2 / 2 = 501
    • PEMDAS mistake: (division comes first) 2 / 2 = 1 + 1000 = 1001

Question 2 Edit

  • How many horns does a rhinoceros have (1)?
  • Plus the number that Independence Day falls on (4).
  • Take away the number of senses that a human has (5).
  • Solution: 1 + 4 - 5 = 0

Question 3 Edit

  • How many days are in two weeks (14)?
  • Subtract the number of horns a Triceratops has (3).
  • Minus the number of holes in a standard bowling ball (3).
  • Solution: 14 - 3 - 3 = 8

Episode 36 Edit

Question 1 Edit

  • Start with the number that Valentine's Day falls on (14).
  • Add it to the number of antennas on an ant (2).
  • Divide it by the number of oceans connected by the Panama Canal (2).
  • Solution: 14 + 2 / 2 = 8
    • PEMDAS mistake: (division comes first) 2 / 2 = 1 + 14 = 15

Question 2 Edit

  • The number of letters in the alphabet (26).
  • Plus the number of letter L's in "armadillo" (2).
  • Take away the number of snowflakes that are identical (0).
  • Solution: 26 + 2 - 0 = 28

Question 3 Edit

  • The number of state capitals (50).
  • Subtract the number of pennies in a quarter (25).
  • Minus the number of run counts in baseball (1).
  • Solution: 50 - 25 - 1 = 24

Episode 38 Edit

Question 1 Edit

  • Start with the number of the midnight hour (12).
  • Add it to the number of hydrogen atoms in water (2).
  • Divide it by the number of jokers in a deck of cards (2).
  • Solution: 12 + 2 / 2 = 7
    • PEMDAS mistake: (division comes first) 2 / 2 = 1 + 12 = 13

Question 2 Edit

  • The number of days in June (30).
  • Plus the number of decades in 30 years (3).
  • Take away the number of legs on a tripod (3).
  • Solution: 30 + 3 - 3 = 30

Question 3 Edit

  • The number of minutes in two hours (120).
  • Subtract the number of degrees in a right angle (90).
  • Minus the number of nickles in a dollar (20).
  • Solution: 120 - 90 - 20 = 10
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